hope. and it's a direct -- it's directly related to the research that has happened. so just like breast cancer needed research for them to be able to change the five-year mortality rate, lung cancer is the same thing. look at people like keisha, and know that you're fighting for people. you're fighting for people. >> keisha, your attitude is so positive, it's just, you know, it's just really warming to hear that. >> oh, thank you. thank you very much. >> yeah. listen, you have the website for more information? >> i want them to go to teamdraft.org. and be able to share the facts. the key right now is to make sure that everyone understands what lung cancer -- you know, lung cancer is the biggest cancer killer of men, of women, overall. it kills more, just like you said, more than breast, prostate, colon, liver, kidney, melanoma, combined. >> and a survivor at every game this weekend. >> a survivor at every game.